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Submission + - Can GPL be enforced in China?

An anonymous reader writes: The legal recognition of GPL in China is at best a grey area, but at most unrecognized due to limited government regulations and confusion of whether or not GPL requires copy right since it is interpreted at free. Chinese officials have a long way to go to understand what Free means. Until they do, developers in China are going to find a better way to cooperate and ensure the longevity of their projects.

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